Liberty Club 4 U Objectives

Statement of Objectives

  1. Principally to help the children develop a personal relationship with God.
  2. To be routed and grounded in the truth of God’s word.
  3. To develop a daily walk with Him.
  4. To learn to develop Godly character from the lives of people in the Bible.
  5. To develop a lifestyle of prayer and worship.
  6. To learn to listen, hear and obey God’s voice.
  7. To help them trust Him for every area of their daily experience.
  8. To  be empowered to influence others and to share Christ with them.

We will achieve these objectives through our Bible Lessons:

BIBLE LESSON TOPICS:        BIBLE CHARACTERS.
Bible characters to study: (Not in order of priority)

NAMES.       TEXT REFERENCES

  • Naboth and Ahab: 1 Kings 21: 1-28.    (Vineyard vs Vegetable Garden – Object Lesson and practical Activities)
  • David.          1 Sam. 16, 17, 2 Sam. 11, 12 and Ps 51
  • Joseph.        Gen. 37, 39, 44, 45,  50: 15- 21″
  • Daniel.          Daniel 1:8, 6, 10: 12- 13.
  • Samuel.        1Sam 1: 24-28, 3: 1- 19, 8, 12.
  • Hannah and Peninnah.  1sam. 1: 7 -2: 1-11
  • Ruth                    Ruth 1 – 4
  • Esther                 2, 3, 4, 5.
  • Samson              Judges 13, 14, 15, 16.
  • Moses                 Exodus 2: 1- 10;  20; 32; 33: 12-21; Deut 3:21-28
  • Isaac.                  Gen. 21: 1-7; 22 1-19; 26:1-33; 27:1-40.        
  • The Hebrew boys. Daniel 3: 1-30
  • Josiah                 1 Kings 13: 2-3; 2 Kings 22, 23:1-30; 2 Chr. 35.
  • Reuben                Gen. 35: 21-22; 37: 17-21; 42:37; 49:1-4
  • Esau                     Gen.  25:24-34; 26:34; 36:1- 8; 33:1-16.
  • Jacob                   Gen. 27; 28; 29; 31, 32; 33:3-4;
  • Saul                      1 Sam. 9; 10; 11; 13; 15; 18; 19;  23:7-24:22; 28; 31.
  • Gideon                Judges 6; 7; 8.
  • Paul                     Acts 9:1-31; 13; 21: 27-40; 27; 28.
  • Peter                   Mark 1: 17; Luke 5:1-11; Mt 16: 18; 26: 69-75; Acts 2: 14-40; Acts 9: 36- 42;  Acts 10:9-48.
  • Matthew             Mark 2: 13 -17; Author of Gospel of Matthew.

The Young and Old Prophet.

  • 1 Kings 13:1-32
  • Judas Iscariot
  • John 6: 71;
  • Matthew 26: 14- 15, 47-50;  27: 1-10;
  • Dorcas Acts 9: 32-43.

This list can go on and on.  We can think of others like:

  • Nehemiah – (leadership and courage); 
  • Jonah – (facing/avoiding  responsibility);  
  • Job – (endurance and trust in God); 
  • Deborah – (Courage and leadership);  
  • Mary -( humility and obedience); 
  • Caleb – (self confidence and courage);
  • Jonathan – (love and sharing);  
  • Stephen – (forgiveness);
  • Solomon – (depending on God and asking for God’s wisdom); 
  • Elijah -( proclaiming the God that answers by fire);
  • Elisha – (servanthood and the rewards and consequences of name calling);
  • Jeremiah – (destiny and God’s message);
  • Plus other prophets.  (An endless list.)

OTHER OBJECTIVES:

8.  To show God’s love to others in their community.
9.  To encourage participation and friendship
10.  To have fun
11.    To develop their skills, abilities and creative talents through the variety of activities.
12.  To develop patience and self-control.
13.  To learn to make appropriate choices at the right time.
14.  To develop sensitivity to others’ needs.
15.  To learn to be truthful.

We aim to achieve these objectives through our :

OTHER ACTIVITIES:

  • Games: Indoor and outdoor
  • Outdoor play
  • Arts and craft
  • Cooking
  • Sewing
  • Knitting
  • Songs and dance
  • Debates and discussions
  • Community service
  • Encouragement with School works
  • Career and other talks
  • Cooperative activities.

And Much More ………

We will also support parents to seek appropriate tuition for their children in some challenging school subjects.